The Provincial Court of Barcelona partially admits the appeal by the Drets lawyers collective against the inadmissibility of the complaint against the Civil Guard for the interrogations of senior Catalan government officials in July 2017 in relation to organising the referendum. Specifically, the Court considers that the officers could have committed a crime of document forgery because it was indicated during the calls for referendum and in the police reports that interrogations were carried out in the framework of the Thirteenth Examining Magistrate’s Court No. 13 case. It therefore orders the Thirteenth Examining Magistrate’s Court No. 13 to confirm whether in July 2017 it was investigating the organisation of the referendum and whether it had ordered police investigations. However, the Court confirms the inadmissibility of the complaint regarding the other facts related to how the interrogations were carried out.
5 July 2018
5 July 2018
3 July 2018
The Provincial Court of Barcelona asks the 13th Court to clarify whether in July 2017 it was investigating the organisation of the referendum
28 June 2018
27 June 2018
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